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Ontario court rules Trudeau’s carbon tax is constitutional

Ontario’s highest court has ruled that the Trudeau government’s carbon tax is constitutional.

Yanky Pollak Montreal, QC
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Ontario’s highest court has ruled that the Trudeau government’s carbon tax is constitutional.

Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta, and Ontario have all challenged the constitutionality of the carbon charge.

Saskatchewan ruled last month that the carbon tax was constitutional in a split decision. Manitoba and Alberta courts have yet to weigh in.

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